'DNs' in this context refers to 'Directory Numbers' rather than DNS - the MCU is capable of registering a maximum of 100 numbers with the h323 gatekeeper. If you require more than 100 MCU conferences to be accessable for people to dial in, then it would be better just to register the MCU's service prefix with the VCS and not register individual conference IDs, such that all e164 numbers starting with that prefix are routed to the MCU. You can then dial prefix+conference ID to access the conference directly.
Yes, if you need to have a large number of conferences available for dial-in then we would reccomend using prefixes as registering each individual conference ID does not scale so well. Although the number of conferences running on the MCU has increased the same limitations around h323 registrations are still present (and there is a similar story in SIP).
If you need to do ad-hoc dial-in conferencing on a large scale then you may want to look at deploying Cisco TelePresence Conductor.
I understand that more than 100 conferences per one blade can't be registerd with gatekeeper for now.
(We use cisco VCS Control as a gatekeeper)
We're using MCU service prefix and ad-hoc dial-in conferencing in our circumstance.
But we thought if we could register more than 100 conferences with gatekeeper, it would be greater help for us
and our customer.
Because we have hundreds of endpoints and some of those are SIP endpoints that can't use SIP registrar.
(That means those SIP endpoints can't use prefix)
So those SIP endpoints need the procedure below to dial in ad-hoc conferences.
1.Dial to Auto attendant of MCU.
2.Enter an ad-hoc conference numeric ID.
If other participants have already joined the conference, the SIP endpoints also can join the conference.
But if NO other participants have already joined the conference, the SIP endpoints have to create a new
conference by pressing right arrow key of remote control after they heard
"Sorry I did not recognize that conference code.Please try again".
If we could register all of static conference numeric IDs with VCS, those SIP endpoints can join a conference without inconvenient procedure above, and other H.323 endpoints can dial using e.164 numeric ID
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